Apple files for a restraining order against Tim Cook's alleged stalker

Ruben Fields
February 21, 2020

On March 3, the court hearing will determine whether a permanent restraining order must be issued against Sharma. Allegedly, on December 4, 2019, Sharma entered Apple's CEO's personal property, without permission, carrying flowers and champagne.

"Shortly thereafter, . Sharma continued to tag the Apple executive on his Twitter account, which included sexualised and inappropriate photos of Mr. Sharma with reference to the Apple executive", it said. Burns works closely with Apple's executive team and provides security for them.

Following this, Sharma is also alleged to have made demands for a cash settlement from Apple, claiming that an executive laughed at him over phone and hung up when he was hospitalised. Specifically, I am aware of events contained within this statement. Sharma has also been told that he should stay away from Apple's security officer William Burns and other Apple employees.

Apple has filed a temporary restraining order against a man it says is harassing CEO Tim Cook and other members of Apple's executive team.

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After this, Sharma started stalking Apple CEO Tim Cook.

It appears like Apple CEO Tim Cook has a stalker who has trespassed on his property and tried to send flowers and champagne. Sharma reportedly posted a video on Twitter earlier this month, where he criticised Tim Cook directly for having "serious issues" within Apple, before asserting that the top executive needs to leave the Bay Area. At around 9:00 p.m. on January 15, 2020, Mr. Sharma again trespassed on the Apple executive's property, again entering the property through the gate without permission and rang the doorbell. They were made available online only after Think Computer Foundation sued Santa Clara County Superior Court to make the documents more easily available since they had already been digitized. During the call, Mr. Sharma stated that he knows where members of Apple's Executive Team lives, and stated that "I don't use ammunition but I know people who do", that Apple's CEO is a criminal and that Apple tried to have Mr. Sharma killed while Mr. Sharma was in the hospital.

Apple declined to commentand referred NBC News to the court documents.

The court's restraining order prevents Sharma from visiting the tech giant's Apple Park headquarters, in Cupertino, and Cook's Palo Alto residence.

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